I have been here many times and I decided to take my cousin who has never had Moroccan food before, I was so disappointed.
First, they make you wear your shoes to your table and then take them off, before you used to take them off at the main entrance, which before you enter any home in morocco you take off your shoes. I didn?t like that my shoes were right there at my table.
The waiter kept playing with the metal in his mouth while talking to us and taking our order and I thought that to be disturbing. The meal started off with soup, which was not hot and served with bread that was a couple days old, dry and crumbled when you tore it apart.
Then the salads come, The eggplant salad was pureed instead of diced and the potatoes in the salad were hard and under cooked. The Bastilla comes, which has always been my favorite and I was so disappointed that my favorite food was over cooked, the meat like rubber and the crust burnt on the bottom.
Main entr?e, I ordered the spicy chicken which was ok, I guess this chef thinks he can just though some pepper, onions and cumin on it and call it Moroccan. My cousin ordered the beef brochette it is was way over cooked and tuff. The Cous cous was ok, but how can you mess that up. Then the famous Moroccan tea?also a favorite past time?was not Moroccan tea at all but in fact sleepy time tea with lots of sugar! When the waiter Redwaun, asked us how the food was, I told him it is was not good at all like in the past. He smiled at me mentioned they have a new chef and he went on his way. I think maybe this new chef might be Moroccan but he has never been or cooked food in Morocco. We never saw our server again the service was very poor. I normally a very generous tipper, didn?t give much this night. I didn?t ask for a manager, because what I have learned being in Morocco they like to argue, and bargin and I did not want to spoil my time with my cousin, although I am thinking that the manager did stop at our table before our soup was even served (if that was the bald man wearing jeans a t-shirt) asking us how everything was before we even took the bread from the basket. (he didn?t introduce himself). It is over priced for the quality of food that you get, but for those who have never lived or been in Morocco this might be entertaining to them. The only good thing about this night was the belly dancer, who was good and my company. I will not ever be going there ever again and if my friends or family want a Moroccan experience then I will give them one at my home or send them to a better Moroccan restaurant (Palais Casablanca) but sadly I will not send people here anymore. My advice?.don?t waste your money and if it is good Moroccan food you want, go to Palais Casablanca instead.